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Attacks from a 2-on-1 by Amit Elor

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Amit Elor – Attacks from a 2-on-1

Description of Instructional:

If you are able to control your opponent, limit their offense, and dictate your own offense, there will be very few people that will be able to beat you! Amit Elor will teach you the fundamentals of the 2-0n-1 tie up and show you how to score with multiple takedown options. From snap downs to single legs to footsweeps and more, Amit’s breadth of knowledge and expertise is second to none in this position.

You’ll learn to secure a strong position and use the 2-on-1 to consistently find scoring opportunities at all levels of competition! This is your opportunity to learn from one of the best wrestlers in the world in Amit Elor!

Overview of Instructional Chapters:

  • Securing the 2-on-1
  • Basics of Controlling Position
  • Snapdowns
  • Single Legs
  • Double Legs
  • Footsweeps
  • Inside trips
  • So much more!

Amit Elor Bio:

Amit Elor has been a wrestler since she was 4 years old. Since then, Amit has become an American freestyle wrestling phenom. In 2022, at only 18 years old, Amit was able to win three separate world championships: Junior World Wrestling Championships, u23 World Wrestling Championships, and – most impressively – the Senior World Championships in Belgrade, Serbia.

With Amit’s 2022 Senior World title, she became the youngest American wrestler ever to win gold in the competition. Although it has been well known for years that Amit had a bright future in wrestling, the world took notice after she defeated Kazakhstan’s two-time World silver medalist Zhamila Bakbergenova in the Senior World Wrestling Finals in dominant fashion to take gold in the competition.

Not only is Amit Elor one of the greatest freestyle wrestlers in recent memory, she’s also a purple belt in Brazilian jiu jitsu and competed in, and won, the BJJBET Selections Grand Prix in São Paulo, Brazil in 2021.

At Amit Elor’s young age, very few can doubt her future is bright both individually and as a member of the USA Wrestling Team. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to learn from the technical superiority of a multiple time World Champion!

Accomplishments:

  • 2023 Senior World Wrestling Champion
  • 2023 U-23 World Wrestling Champion
  • 2023 Junior World Wrestling Champion
  • 2022 Senior World Wrestling Champion
  • 2022 U-23 World Wrestling Champion
  • 2022 Junior World Wrestling Champion
  • 2021 Junior World Wrestling Champion
  • 2021 Cadet World Wrestling Champion

Training out of:

  • New York City Regional Training Center
  • New York City, New York

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Approximate Length of Instructional: 

  • 53 Minutes

Suggested Skill/Experience Level:

  • All Skill Levels

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Course Content

Amit Elor – Attacks from a 2-on-1
Amit Elor: Attacks from a 2-on-1 2022 Junior, U-23 and Senior World Champion Amit Elor teaches you the secrets that she uses to overcome her opponents by controlling and generating attacks from a 2-on-1 tie up. In Amit's first Instructional Course on Athletes Ocean, she will walk you through all the details you need to know to score more points from the 2-on-1 tie up!

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9 months ago
Highly recommended. If you have a chance to learn from a multi-time World Champion, you take it. Techniques are presented as a series, with multiple entries into the position, both upper and lower body attacks, and options off of different opponent reactions. Explanations are clear and detailed and include not just the ‘how’s’ but the ‘why’s’. Includes not just detailed fundamentals of the position and attacks but also techniques that are applicable to more experienced wrestlers. Ideally, if possible, it would be great to see footage of these moves in competition as part of the presentation - but if you’ve watched this wrestler in action you’ve seen her use these techniques. TLDR: As a coach 1.) Did I learn something new and 2.) could I teach what was presented to my wrestlers? Yes on both counts.